Ποιος είναι ο Πατρινός ψυχίατρος που μίλησε για “ζόμπι” στην πλατεία Γεωργίου;

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Επιμένει ο συνταξιούχος ψυχίατρος νευρολόγος Γιώργος Ευαγγελάτος. Στη συγκέντρωση που έγινε κατά των εμβολίων στην πλατεία Γεωργίου μίλησε και πήρε για ακόμα μία φορά τον λόγο, τονίζοντας ότι μπορεί να μην έχει τον τρόπο να το αποδείξει όμως το εμβόλιο σε δαιμονοποιεί.

Δεν μπορεί να το αποδείξει, , όμως δεν μπορούν να αποδείξουν το αντίθετο και οι υποστηρικτές του εμβολίου, όπως χαρακτηριστικά είπε. Μάλιστα κάλεσε την πρόεδρο του ιατρικού συλλόγου Πατρών σε δημόσιο διάλογο για το εμβόλιο.

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Ποιος είναι ο Πατρινός ψυχίατρος που μίλησε για “ζόμπι” στην πλατεία Γεωργίου

Ο Πατρινός ψυχίατρος που πήρε το μικρόφωνο και μίλησε κατά του εμβολιασμού στη συγκέντρωση που έγινε στην πλατεία Γεωργίου είναι ο Γιώργος Ευαγγελάτος. Ο συνταξιο….

AΠΑΝΤΗΣΗ:

ΕΓΩ ΕΙΜΑΙ Ο ΨΥΧΙΑΤΡΟΣ ΕΥΑΓΓΕΛΑΤΟΣ ΓΕΩΡΓΙΟΣ ΚΑΙ ΔΕΝ ΧΡΕΙΑΖΕΤΑΙ ΝΑ ΣΟΥ ΣΥΣΤΗΘΩ Dete.gr . ΑΠΛΩΣ ΑΠΑΝΤΩ ΠΩΣ Ο CDC (CENTER OF DISEASE CONTROL) κάνει λόγο για προετοιμασία προφύλαξής μας από ζόμπι στο άρθρο του zombi preparedness.

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Η νευροεκφυλιστικές νόσοι που μπορεί να προκύψουν από τα εμβόλια ιδίως το Pfizer λέει ο Bart Classen είναι η Πλαγία Αμυοτροφική Σκλήρυνση, εκφύλιση του προσθίου κροταφικού λοβού, η Alzheimer’s disease, άνοια τύπου Creutzfeldt-Jakob και άλλες νευροεκφυλιστικές νόσοι. Ολόκληρο το άρθρο για όποιον ενδιαφέρεται είναι στη διάθεσή του. Τηλ. 6978305217 Ευαγγελάτος Γεώργιος

Tα πιο κάτω αναφερθέντα περί Kuru μας θυμίζουν το άρθρο του J.Bart Classen, MD το οποίο δημοσιεύτηκε στις 18 Ιανουαρίου 2021 στο μικρής δημοτικότητας περιοδικό Microbiology & Infectious Diseases το πιο κάτω άρθρο: Covid-19 RNA based Vaccines and the Risk of Prion Disease. Iδού περίληψη του άρθρου αν πιστεύετε ότι όλα όσα είπα στην πλατεία Γεωργίου ήταν μυθεύματα:

Abstract

Development of new vaccine technology has been plagued with problems in the past. The current RNA based SARSCoV-2 vaccines were approved in the US using an emergency order without extensive long term safety testing. In this paper the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine was evaluated for the potential to induce prion-based disease in vaccine recipients. The RNA sequence of the vaccine as well as the spike protein target interaction were analyzed for the potential to convert intracellular RNA binding proteins TAR DNA binding protein (TDP-43) and Fused in Sarcoma (FUS) into their pathologic prion conformations. The results indicate that the vaccine RNA has specific sequences that may induce TDP-43 and FUS to fold into their pathologic prion confirmations. In the current analysis a total of sixteen UG tandem repeats (ΨGΨG) were identified and additional UG (ΨG) rich sequences were identified. Two GGΨA sequences were found. Potential G Quadruplex sequences are possibly present but a more sophisticated computer program is needed to verify these. Furthermore, the spike protein, created by the translation of the vaccine RNA, binds angiotensin converting enzyme 2 (ACE2), a zinc containing enzyme. This interaction has the potential to increase intracellular zinc. Zinc ions have been shown to cause the transformation of TDP-43 to its pathologic prion configuration. The folding of TDP-43 and FUS into their pathologic prion confirmations is known to cause Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, front temporal lobar degeneration, Alzheimer’s disease and other neurological degenerative diseases. The enclosed finding as well as additional potential risks leads the author to believe that regulatory approval of the RNA based vaccines for SARS-CoV-2 was premature and that the vaccine may cause much more harm than benefit.

Ελπίζουμε να μην φτάσουμε να υποστούμε σαν εμβολιασθέντες κάτι παρόμοιο από την αναδιπλωμένη πρωτείνη prion λόγω της χορήγησης ιχνών εμβρυικού ιστού στο σώμα μας με το τσίμπημα. Το Kuru (disease)

κατά την Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Should not be confused with Koro (medicine).

Kuru

A Fore child with advanced kuru. He is unable to walk or sit upright without assistance and is severely malnourished.

Παιδί με Kuru λόγω σίτισης με ανθρώπινο εγκέφαλο συγγενούς της οικογένειας

Specialty Neuropathology

Symptoms: Body tremors, random outbursts of laughter, gradual loss of coordination

Complications Infection and pneumonia during the terminal stage.

Usual onset Often takes years or even decades for symptoms to appear after exposure

Duration 11–14 month life expectancy after onset of symptoms

Causes Transmission of infected prion proteins

Risk factors Cannibalism or propably after vaccination with parts of embryonic cells ΗΕΚ293

Diagnostic method Autopsy

Differential diagnosis Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease

Prevention Avoid practices of cannibalism

Treatment None

Prognosis Always fatal

Frequency 2,700 (1957–2004)

Deaths Approximately 2,700

Kuru is a rare, incurable and fatal neurodegenerative disorder that was formerly common among the Fore people of Papua New Guinea. Kuru is a form of transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (TSE) caused by the transmission of abnormally folded proteins (prions), which leads to symptoms such as tremors and loss of coordination from neurodegeneration.

The term kuru derives from the Fore word kuria or guria (“to shake”), due to the body tremors that are a classic symptom of the disease. Kúru itself means “trembling”. It is also known as the “laughing sickness” due to the pathologic bursts of laughter which are a symptom of the disease. It is now widely accepted that kuru was transmitted among members of the Fore tribe of Papua New Guinea via funerary cannibalism. Deceased family members were traditionally cooked and eaten, which was thought to help free the spirit of the dead. Women and children usually consumed the brain, the organ in which infectious prions were most concentrated, thus allowing for transmission of kuru. The disease was therefore more prevalent among women and children.

The epidemic likely started when a villager developed sporadic Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease and died. When villagers ate the brain, they contracted the disease, and it was then spread to other villagers who ate their infected brains.

While the Fore people stopped consuming human meat in the early 1960s, when it was first speculated to be transmitted via endocannibalism, the disease lingered due to kuru’s long incubation period of anywhere from 10 to over 50 years.The epidemic finally declined sharply after half a century, from 200 deaths per year in 1957 to no deaths from at least 2010 onwards, with sources disagreeing on whether the last known kuru victim died in 2005 or 2009.

What is the kuru syndrome?

Αναζήτηση μόνο για το ερώτημα What is the Kuru syndrome?

Expand Section. Kuru is a very rare disease. It is caused by an infectious protein (prion) found in contaminated human brain tissue. Kuru is found among people from New Guinea who practiced a form of cannibalism in which they ate the brains of dead people as part of a funeral ritual.24 Δεκ 2020

Kuru: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia

To CDC είναι ένα από τα πιο έμπειρα κέντρα ελέγχου νόσων του κόσμου και μας δίνει οδηγίες πως να αποφύγουμε αυτό το σύνδρομο CURU όπως αναφέρει ο ψυχίατρος και ιερέας πατήρ Καρπαθίου Στυλιανός. Όποιος γευτεί όπως οι κανίβαλοι ανθρώπινη σάρκα (όπως συμβαίνει με τα εμβόλια που περιέχουν ίχνη της ανθρώπινης κυτταρικής σειράς ΗΕΚ293 από εκτρωθέντα ζωντανά κύτταρα νεφρού ζωντανού εμβρύου είναι σαν να τρώει ανθρώπινη σάρκα και εθίζεται στο να αποζητά την υπόξινη γεύση στου ανθρωπίνου κρέατος

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Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse

Posted on May 16, 2011 by Ali S. Khan

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There are all kinds of emergencies out there that we can prepare for. Take a zombie apocalypse for example. That’s right, I said z-o-m-b-i-e a-p-o-c-a-l-y-p-s-e. You may laugh now, but when it happens you’ll be happy you read this, and hey, maybe you’ll even learn a thing or two about how to prepare for a real emergency.

A Brief History of Zombies

We’ve all seen at least one movie about flesh-eating zombies taking over (my personal favorite is Resident Evil), but where do zombies come from and why do they love eating brains so much? The word zombie comes from Haitian and New Orleans voodoo origins. Although its meaning has changed slightly over the years, it refers to a human corpse mysteriously reanimated to serve the undead. Through ancient voodoo and folk-lore traditions, shows like the Walking Dead were born.

A couple dressed as zombies – Danny Zucco and Sandy Olsson from the movie Grease walking in the annual Toronto Zombie Walk.

A couple dressed as zombies – Danny Zucco and Sandy Olsson from the movie Grease walking in the annual Toronto Zombie Walk.

In movies, shows, and literature, zombies are often depicted as being created by an infectious virus, which is passed on via bites and contact with bodily fluids. Harvard psychiatrist Steven Schlozman wrote a (fictional) medical paper on the zombies presented in Night of the Living Dead and refers to the condition as Ataxic Neurodegenerative Satiety Deficiency Syndrome caused by an infectious agent. The Zombie Survival Guide identifies the cause of zombies as a virus called solanum. Other zombie origins shown in films include radiation from a destroyed NASA Venus probe (as in Night of the Living Dead), as well as mutations of existing conditions such as prions, mad-cow disease, measles and rabies.

The rise of zombies in pop culture has given credence to the idea that a zombie apocalypse could happen. In such a scenario zombies would take over entire countries, roaming city streets eating anything living that got in their way. The proliferation of this idea has led many people to wonder “How do I prepare for a zombie apocalypse?”

Well, we’re here to answer that question for you, and hopefully share a few tips about preparing for real emergencies too!

Disaster or Blackout Emergency Supplies

Some of the supplies for your emergency kit

Better Safe than Sorry

So what do you need to do before zombies…or hurricanes or pandemics for example, actually happen? First of all, you should have an emergency kit in your house. This includes things like water, food, and other supplies to get you through the first couple of days before you can locate a zombie-free refugee camp (or in the event of a natural disaster, it will buy you some time until you are able to make your way to an evacuation shelter or utility lines are restored). Below are a few items you should include in your kit, for a full list visit the CDC Emergency page.

Water (1 gallon per person per day)

Food (stock up on non-perishable items that you eat regularly)

Medications (this includes prescription and non-prescription meds)

Tools and Supplies (utility knife, duct tape, battery powered radio, etc.)

Sanitation and Hygiene (household bleach, soap, towels, etc.)

Clothing and Bedding (a change of clothes for each family member and blankets)

Important documents (copies of your driver’s license, passport, and birth certificate to name a few)

First Aid supplies (although you’re a goner if a zombie bites you, you can use these supplies to treat basic cuts and lacerations that you might get during a tornado or hurricane)

Once you’ve made your emergency kit, you should sit down with your family and come up with an emergency plan. This includes where you would go and who you would call if zombies started appearing outside your door step. You can also implement this plan if there is a flood, earthquake, or other emergency.

Picture of Family by mailbox

Family members meeting by their mailbox. You should pick two meeting places, one close to your home and farther away

Identify the types of emergencies that are possible in your area. Besides a zombie apocalypse, this may include floods, tornadoes, or earthquakes. If you are unsure contact your local Red Cross chapter for more information.

Pick a meeting place for your family to regroup in case zombies invade your home…or your town evacuates because of a hurricane. Pick one place right outside your home for sudden emergencies and one place outside of your neighborhood in case you are unable to return home right away.

Identify your emergency contacts. Make a list of local contacts like the police, fire department, and your local zombie response team. Also identify an out-of-state contact that you can call during an emergency to let the rest of your family know you are ok.

Plan your evacuation route. When zombies are hungry they won’t stop until they get food (i.e., brains), which means you need to get out of town fast! Plan where you would go and multiple routes you would take ahead of time so that the flesh eaters don’t have a chance! This is also helpful when natural disasters strike and you have to take shelter fast.

Never Fear – CDC is Ready

Get a Kit, Make a Plan, Be Prepared

Get a Kit, Make a Plan, Be Prepared

If zombies did start roaming the streets, CDC would conduct an investigation much like any other disease outbreak. CDC would provide technical assistance to cities, states, or international partners dealing with a zombie infestation. This assistance might include consultation, lab testing and analysis, patient management and care, tracking of contacts, and infection control (including isolation and quarantine). It’s likely that an investigation of this scenario would seek to accomplish several goals: determine the cause of the illness, the source of the infection/virus/toxin, learn how it is transmitted and how readily it is spread, how to break the cycle of transmission and thus prevent further cases, and how patients can best be treated. Not only would scientists be working to identify the cause and cure of the zombie outbreak, but CDC and other federal agencies would send medical teams and first responders to help those in affected areas (I will be volunteering the young nameless disease detectives for the field work).

To learn more about what CDC does to prepare for and respond to emergencies of all kinds, visit: http://emergency.cdc.gov/cdc/orgs_progs.asp

To learn more about how you can prepare for and stay safe during an emergency visit: http://emergency.cdc.gov/

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Posted on May 16, 2011 by Ali S. Khan

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